I spent $2,500 on a meal at Disney’s most EXPENSIVE restaurant – here’s what it was really like

  • Bethany Vinton is a Disney enthusiast who rates food at theme parks 
  • The Oregon-based content creator recently detailed a very costly experience
  • She said she dined at the ‘most expensive’ restaurant at Orlando’s Disney World 

A professional Disney food taste tester has lifted the lid on what it was like to dine at the Florida amusement park’s most expensive restaurant – and if the more than $600 price tag was worth it. 

Bethany Vinton, from Oregon, is a Disney connoisseur and the host of The Main St. Dish podcast – where she rates all the food stops at the theme parks. 

In addition to raving about her favorite meals on her podcast, she also shares footage of dishes on her TikTok account, where she boasts more than 383,000 followers. 

Recently, Bethany took to the video-sharing platform to detail her dining experience at Victoria & Albert’s – the most costly restaurant at Orlando’s Disney World – and revealed she and her three pals spent a whopping $2,449 on food and wine alone.

Bethany Vinton (right at Victoria & Albert’s), from Oregon, is a food taste tester and has lifted the lid on what it was like to dine at Disney World’s most expensive restaurant

Most recently, the Disney enthusiast took to the video-sharing platform to detail her dining experience at Victoria & Albert's

Most recently, the Disney enthusiast took to the video-sharing platform to detail her dining experience at Victoria & Albert’s

The viral video has so far amassed more than 1.2 million views. Pictured is one of the dishes above

She said: 'This is exactly how much we spent at the most expensive restaurant at Disney World'

In a viral video, which has so far amassed more than 1.2 million views, she said: ‘This is exactly how much we spent at the most expensive restaurant at Disney World’

In a viral video, which has so far amassed more than 1.2 million views, she said: ‘This is exactly how much we spent at the most expensive restaurant at Disney World.’

Bethany began by showing off the menu, which featured items such as ‘Rocky Mountain Lamb’ and ‘Royal Belgian Caviar.’ 

She noted that the restaurant offered two menu options – the dining room menu and the chef’s menu. 

The dining room menu features ‘seven courses’ and is $295 per person. 

Meanwhile, the chef’s menu is ‘nine courses’ and is a whopping $375 per person. 

She revealed she and all of her friends went with the latter. 

‘We all also ordered the wine pairing. If you were ordering the dining room menu, it’s $150 per person,’ Bethany added. 

‘If you’re ordering the chef’s menu, which is eight pours of wine, it’s $200.’ 

She noted that the restaurant offered two menu options - the dining room menu and the chef's menu - as well as two wine options

She noted that the restaurant offered two menu options – the dining room menu and the chef’s menu – as well as two wine options

She then revealed the total cost of their pricey dining experience, which was $2,449.50

She then revealed the total cost of their pricey dining experience, which was $2,449.50

She then revealed the total cost of their pricey dining experience. 

‘So in total, for the four of us on food, it was $1,500. Our wine pairings were $800, and tax on that was $149.50. 

‘Bringing our grand total to $2,449.50 before tip.’ 

And while she knows it’s a ‘huge splurge,’ she also said it was always on her ‘bucket list.’

People flooded the comments section and shared their shock at the eye-watering prices. 

People flooded the comments section and shared their shock at the eye-watering prices

People flooded the comments section and shared their shock at the eye-watering prices

One person said: ‘Rich people be crazy.’ 

Someone else wrote: ‘Omg! That’s my mortgage, all utilities, car payment and some groceries.’ 

Another user commented: ‘That’s insane!’

‘Way overpriced,’ said someone else.